Improving Synchronization and Functional Connectivity in Autism Spectrum Disorders through Plasticity-Induced Rehabilitation Training
Annual technical progress rept. 1 Aug 2010-31 Jul 2011
CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA
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An additional research has been established to allow for increased accrual of participants. HRPO approval has been obtained. Recruitment efforts have begun and are only slightly behind schedule. Mechanisms for recruiting, selecting, and assessing participants are in place and working. Hardware and software for the neurofeedback training at UCSD and SLDC have been acquired, piloted, and are working. Training of Research Assistants has been successful. Protocols and procedures for the neuroimaging part of the project are in place and have been tested successfully.
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